I'm assuming we all owned a Nintendo 64 growing up, and more than likely have played or at least heard of Banjo Kazooie, which is revered still as one of the best story-driven games of all time. Lets relive the nostalgia of 64-bit processors and $199.99 consoles, put your Banjo Kazooie cartridge in, fire up the N64, and grab some alcohol!
Put Banjo Kazooie in the Nintendo 64 and fire it up. As this is a one player Nintendo 64 drinking game, but more than one player can participate by passing the controller between levels or whenever you see fit. The rules are simple: take a shot whenever Gruntilda says something that isn't scripted in between levels, but feel free to add drinks whenever else you see fit.
Banjo Kazooie itself is a one person game, only one person can play at a time, but that doesn't mean everyone can't participate in the Banjo Kazooie alcohol drinking game while having fun conversation, and players can switch between worlds, deaths, puzzle pieces, it doesn't really matter. Basically the main rule of the game is to take a shot whenever Gruntilda says something that isn't scripted in between levels. She says a minimum of one line when going from world to world, and if you're slow, you might end up having to take two shots of liquor.
Optional rules for the secondary mixed drink/beer:
As always, please remember to drink responsibly! This alcohol drinking game is not meant to lead to you becoming sick due to over-consumption of alcohol. If you enjoyed it, please leave feedback in the comments & let us know how we can make it better!
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We do not support misuse of alcohol, including excessive consumption, binge drinking, or drinking and driving. It has been proven that excessive drinking can cause serious physical harm.
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